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We told you the outsourcing model was the way to go!

In the latest issue of the New York Times, Kermit Pattison talks about global outsourcing as a resource for small businesses and solopreneurs. Money quote:

“This is one more step in the path to leveling the playing field between small and large businesses,” said Thomas W. Malone, a professor at the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and author of “The Future of Work” (Harvard Business School Press, 2004). “A small-business person in a company of one can look to the world like a very large company and have access to all kinds of services — and that’s largely because of this kind of model.”

Of course, if you actually want to know how to outsource everything from virtual assistants to computer programmers, check out our book, Shoestring Venture: The Startup Bible, described by two business professors at Rutgers as “the best and most thorough book on building a virtual business.”

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